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was 1608 in jamestown, virginia, george campbell was executed for espionage. his father managed the banks i don't know if this letter has any connection to that. but he wrote in every single person once he discovered that they were executed. he started off with the ledger. and so you will see your, he lists their name, their occupation, what city they came from, crime, the age, the motive, dates. all the factual information about the person executed. so you will see we are in south carolina here. let me just turn here to south carolina, and here is george stinney, block, 14 -- block, 14. it's interesting that he first calls george stinney a child, then crosses the that and calls him the student. so the county where he was from, his crime, murder, and the ads here of an 11 year old white girl, and then his date of execution june 16, 1944. so you can see here how meticulous espy was in his research. the ledger itself goes from about 1968 to about 1982. and then he went to the index card. but it's clearly the most comprehensive collection on people executed in the united states, from the very
,000 people who were executed the first person executed was 16 '08 in jamestown virginia james campbell lettuce convicted for espionage and his father managed day bank. but he wrote down every single person when he discovered they were executed. so you will see the would name the occupation, city, crime, age occupation, city, crime, age , motive, date, jule information about the% executed. south carolina is here. here is george black. 14. the first calls him a child but then across is that out and calls him a student. for the crime, murder, as the 11 year-old white gi
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